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Sheffield Indoor Enduro entry takes shape

The first-ever British round of the FIM Indoor Enduro World Cup will be held at Sheffield Arena on October 31st and the entry is shaping up to see some of the world’s top motocross, supercross, enduro and trials riders racing against one another. World enduro stars David Knight from the Isle of Man and Poland’s Taddy Blazusiak take on American ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • Off road
  • 26 August 2009

2010 BSB rules debate: Philip Neil

The big debate on the future of the BSB technical regulations is on. BSB Race Director Stuart Higgs has stated his opinion. Now MCN opens the debate to the team bosses. BSB ran FIM regs in 2007, went to a more restrictive supersport-tune engine format last year and is now back to FIM spec again. The talk is now about ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 21 August 2009

Rutter to ride Andrews’ Kawasaki at Brands

Michael Rutter has been drafted into the MSS Discovery Kawasaki team for this weekends’ Brands Hatch BSB triple-header. Rutter replaces injured Simon Andrews whose is not fit enough to ride after recent surgery to repair the scaphoid he injured in testing at Snetterton test. Andrews only discovered it was broken four weeks later at Knockhill on July 6  but race ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 06 August 2009

Official GSE Racing history

GSE Racing, the most successful British superbike race team of all time, has released a limited edition book, ‘From Diggers to Ducatis,’ charting the history of the team since its inception in 1996. But more than recounting the amazing success story of Darrell Healey’s race team, this is book about the history of Ducati in superbike racing. Healey’s GSE Group ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 13 February 2009

Daytona entry list gains weight

Brits Neil Hodgson and Chaz Davies are now both official entries for the 2009 Daytona 200 meeting on March 4-6. Hodgson is riding a Corona Honda in the American Superbike class while Davies is riding a Millennium Technologies Aprilia RSV in the Daytona Sportbike class. The event has failed to capture the usual enthusiasm among teams following the series promoter ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 04 February 2009

Isle of Man TT: Gary Pinchin's blog - Michael Dunlop is pleased with his achievements

We took advantage of an offer to join Dunlop today for their dealer seminar to launch the new Roadsmart high performance sport touring tyre. MCN’s Senior Road Test Editor Michael Neeves highly rated the new triple tread compound tyres that he tested recently, the new race-developed rubber giving maximum grip in the wet as well as the dry, as well ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 05 June 2008

Video: McGuinness on Douglas Head

Working with TT hero John McGuinness is always easy going as this video clip of MCN's photoshoot on Douglas Head shows. McGuinness brought along his Padgetts Honda CBR600RR for pictures to run with an MCN story announcing he would be running in their colours in the superbike class on the Island. He was a bit short on race clothing to ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 22 February 2008

Suzuki Endurance Racing Team win final QMMF Endurance round in Qatar

Suzuki Endurance Racing Team, had already been confirmed QMMF Endurance World Champions at Oschersleben back in September but that didn’t stop them going all out in the final round of the series in Qatar. Vincent Phillipe and Matthieu Lagrive won the Doha Eight Hours, the final leg of the 2007 Championship, on the Suzuki Endurance Racing Team motorcycle, even though ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 12 November 2007

Supermoto: Team GB to Supermoto of Nations

The second annual Supermoto of Nations takes place at the impressive Franciacorta race complex near Brescia in Northern Italy this weekend. After the inaugural event held at Bishopscourt, Northern Ireland last year the event has continued to grow with 21 Federations submitting teams from as far a field as South Africa, Greece, Bulgaria, and Venezuela. There are also four junior ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 29 September 2007

Yamaha GMT 94 win World Endurance at Magny Cours

The French-based Yamaha GMT 94 of David Checa, Sébastien Gimbert and Olivier Four won the Bol d’Or at Magny Cours race by seven laps ahead of the Suzuki Endurance Racing team one, and 10 laps ahead of the Suzuki Endurance Racing team two in an incredibly tight race.  It was the first race victory for the GMT 94, who were ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 19 September 2007


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